Friday, March 1, 2019

Stone Pile Whisper Posts A video

I got an email from Dave Schewe Stone Pile Whisper a few weeks back that he had posted a video on Parish Hill. Here is a link to it.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Sacred Sites Update, High Tor's The Ledges

I took advantage of last Friday's warm weather to visit High Tor. I spent the bulk of my time in the Ledges and exploring.

Here are some pictures.

On the way down none of the lakes I saw such as Little York Lake in Preble were frozen. But the shallow pond in the Ledges was.

 Unfortunately the vortex in the Welcome circle had disappeared. In its place was a vortex ring. The vibe was extremely positive and I don't think it will take long for it to reappear. I spent some time meditating the Welcome Circle.


I had to put a basket muscle on Pepper to stop him from devouring every thing. At 15 he is very spry and did well and did not wander far.


Jaeda Bear near the lookout over the gully.

Because the stream was no frozen we were able to cross it to the other side to explore.

A Great Day especially considering its January.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

The 4-Tiered Mound on South Hill

I visited the four-tiered mound that I had found years ago on South Hill the last Saturday. I had a wonderful transformative experience meditating in a natural vortex there that I will be posting about some time this week on my MotherEarthPrayers blog.

Here are some pictures






Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Pictures from a Kindred Spirit-William R VanDerveer

 This past Saturday I went to South Hill to meditate in the vortex on the 4-tiered mound on South Hill. At the parking lot I ran into William R VanDerveer physicist and photographer. Bill grew up in the Vine Valley and has hiked South Hill and the rest of High Tor many, many, many times. He knows High Tor's many stone mounds very well.

Below are a few of the pictures he sent me.






South Hill--Tree Blocking access to Trailhead for the herd path to climb South Hill


The trailhead to climb South Hill on West Ave near the intersection of Sunnyside road has a Tree blocking access. You can climb up the embankment--But be prepared. I imagine this will be cleared in a month or so.



Sunday, February 4, 2018

Photographer Peter Shell sent me some pictures he took last summer during our survey  of the Ledges Area for my article  for Ancient America. Here are a few.